I’m a journalist based in Scotland.
Thanks for visiting my website. It’s a place where you can take a look at some of my work, mainly news and features in print, radio and online.
I’ve been published in The Herald and Sunday Herald, The Scotsman and Evening News, Index on Censorship, The Ferret, Newsdirect and others.
My radio work has been broadcast on Radio ENRG in Edinburgh and KBIA in the United States.
I’m interested in lots of things, especially politics, human rights and international affairs.
I grew up on the Isle of Skye, off the north-west coast of Scotland. My first language was Gaidhlig, which I spoke with my family and throughout my school years. I’ve lived in Edinburgh since 2012.
Since December 2018 I’ve worked as a reporter at Newsdirect with a focus on Westminster political monitoring.
In May 2019 I will graduate from Edinburgh Napier University with an honours degree in journalism. The course has given me plenty of opportunity to be ambitious and hone my practical skills, as well as to make great memories and dear friends.
As part of this course I’ve covered breaking news, learned about media law and ethics, experimented with different mediums and produced a dissertation on disinformation and fact-checking.
Back in August 2017 I spent five months living and studying in the midwest of America, at the Missouri School of Journalism, which was one of the most exciting, enriching and memorable experiences of my life.
Outside of my studies I enjoy playing music, taking pictures and working part-time at Edinburgh’s oldest cinema.